Blade Runner 2049 (2017)
When the script was offered to actors for supporting roles, they were required to decide whether to accept it within 36 hours. The script though was incomplete, mostly the first 20 pages, and a random number of pages that includes their character. In James' case, he was shown the next 20 pages after his last scene. Once an actor accepts the offer, the full script was eventually given.
Everyone was subjected to a heavy non-disclosure agreement, with heavy penalties for violation. They were searched at entry points to the sets; hand phones and cameras were forbidden.
For each shooting day, the actors were required to sign on the sides of the day when given and again when returning it. They were not allowed to keep it; Failing to do so would result of being not allowed to leave the set at the end of the day.
The scripts could only be opened on one device, copied-proof, meaning it can't be copied by any means, and it was set to be deleted automatically after a certain number of hours. In James' case it was nine hours after he completed filming his scenes.
-Wallace is blind like Homer was believed to be, who wrote about the myth.
-Rachel's autopsy shows she broke her ilium bone. Ilium is the Latin for Ilion, the other name of Troy (hence Homer's title "Iliad").
-K's wooden horse is reminiscent of the Trojan horse, also made of wood.
-(STRONG SPOILER) Ana Stelline is a Trojan horse herself since she is in the middle of the system (providing replicants with memories) and will lead the replicants' uprising.
-Additional note: the names "K" and "Joe" for the hero are references to Kafka ("The Trial", "The Castle"), as noted elsewhere.